Sara Campos is a lawyer and a writer living in Berkeley. She has published fiction and poetry in St. Ann’s Review, Penwomanship, LongStoryShort, The Womanist, NewversesNews, and Crux. She has also published essays in the San Francisco Chronicle Magazine, the San Francisco Examiner, the San Francisco Daily Journal and, The Recorder and her book reviews have appeared in Waterbridge Reviews and www.beyond chron.org. Her most recent writings on immigration appeared in International Migration, U.S. Immigration Law and Civil Society: From the Pre-Colonial Era to the 113th Congress, (Scalabrini Migration Network 2014). She is currently writing a historical novel set in Guatemala.